Organizational strategy and employee outcomes: a person-organization fit perspective.J Psychol. 2010 Mar-Apr; 144(2):145-61.JP
This study adopted a person-organization fit framework to examine (a) whether employees' perceptions of organizational strategy for adaptation predicted their commitment to their organization and their intentions to stay and (b) whether these 2 relationships were moderated by perceived job alternatives. Support was found for both hypotheses. Specifically, when there are numerous perceived job alternatives, employees who perceive a misfit between their company's strategy and their preferred strategy were less committed to their organization and less likely to stay than their fit counterparts.